ISLAMABAD - Pakistan's top squash player Nasir Iqbal surrendered comfortable lead in the qualifying round final of the prestigious $150,000 Qatar Classic 2015 Squash Championship 2015 in Doha, Qatar as he crashed out against Frenchman Grgoire Marche 3-1 in 53 minutes to end Pakistani hopes and interest in the mega event. Pakistani legends Jahanghir and Jansher dominated squash world but now Pakistani top players can't even play in the main round of the PSA events which is a real sign of worry for Pakistan Squash Federation, who had invested huge amount of money on certain individuals but to no avail. It also shows that PSF’s decision of abolishing head coach post had huge negative impact on Pakistani players performances and they are not been able to win even ordinary events with the exception of only Farhan Zaman and Danish Atlas, who had won titles in USA. But it had nothing to do with federation's coach Faheem Gul's coaching, but it was purely players’ personal efforts and private coaching by their fathers and relatives. Now is the time, PSF must open their eyes and appoint a full time top class coach rather than relying on part timers, who had completely destroyed Pakistan squash. Any further delays in appointing of coach would all but completely wipe out squash from Pakistan and all the past records of former legends would only remain in history books. The PSF must hire a highly qualified coach instead of paying an rmy of below par coaches. Whenever Pskistsni players are pitted against international players even on home soil they are getting defeated and winning in international arena is nothing more than day dreaming if the PSF sticks with its current policies. Highly placed source present at the venue while talking to The Nation on Saturday said Nasir diaplayed a very poor show and he was lucky that he won the first qualifying round match against Kuwaiti Al Tamimi.